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Awareness, perception, and knowledge of heart disease risk and prevention among women in the United States. American Heart Association Women's Heart Disease and Stroke Campaign Task Force.
CONTEXT One of 2 women in the United States dies of heart disease or stroke, yet women are underdiagnosed and undertreated for these diseases and their risk factors. Informed decisions to preventExpand
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On‐site, rapid HIV testing with same‐day results and counseling
Background: New rapid HIV antibody tests have allowed provision of results and result‐specific counseling on the day of initial visit, and have the potential to increase the efficiency of HIVExpand
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On the molecular mechanism of lactoperoxidase-catalyzed H2O2 metabolism and irreversible enzyme inactivation.
Lactoperoxidase-catalyzed H2O2 metabolism proceeds through one of three different pathways, depending on the nature and the concentration of the second substrate as an e- donor and/or on pHExpand
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Female genital mutilation. Female circumcision. Who is at risk in the U.S.?
Female genital mutilation/female circumcision (FGM/FC) refers to a group of traditional practices that involve partial or total removal of the external female genitalia or other injury to the femaleExpand
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Counseling and testing for HIV prevention: costs, effects, and cost-effectiveness of more rapid screening tests.
New rapid human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) antibody tests permit many individuals to receive test results and appropriate counseling at one clinic visit. Because currently used tests requireExpand
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Understanding barriers to physical activity is a first step in removing them.
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  • Medicine
  • American journal of preventive medicine
  • 1 October 2003
Preventing or delaying onset of the major causes of death and disability in the United States could save this nation billions of dollars annually in direct healthcare costs. Tremendous successes inExpand
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Performance of a rapid, on-site human immunodeficiency virus antibody assay in a public health setting.
Rapid, on-site human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) testing has the potential to improve the delivery of prevention services in publicly funded counseling and testing sites. The Single Use DiagnosticExpand
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Biochemical and functional properties of recombinant human sickle hemoglobin expressed in yeast.
Previous studies had indicated that recombinant and natural human sickle hemoglobin had similar chemical properties (Martin de Llano, J. J., Schneewind, O., Stetler, G., and Manning, J. M. (1993)Expand
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